• Neshaminy Honors

     Neshaminy School District is proud of the many accolades, honors and awards achieved by our students and staff for their hard work, creativity and dedication. Below are recent honors bestowed on the District and its staff that reflect this ongoing quest for excellence. 
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    Outstanding Visual Arts Community 2019
    The Pennsylvania Art Education Association named Neshaminy a winner for excellence in the visual arts with programs that are rigorous, inclusive, highly accessible and highly visible.
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    Best Communities for Music Education
     The National Association of Music Marketers honored Neshaminy for music program excellence in all grades for the third year in a row.
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    Award for Excellence in Reading Literacy
    Reading Horizons presented the district with the Charlotte F. Lockhart Award for Excellence in Education.
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    2017 Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting
    Honoring the district's 2016 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

    Staff Honors

     Brooke Lesser
    Poquessing Middle School Physical Education teacher Brooke Lesser was honored as the Middle School Southeastern Division Teacher of the Year by the Pennsylvania State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance in April 2017.
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    Two Neshaminy teachers — Jodie Kurley from Albert Schweitzer Elementary School and Kelly Alberts from Carl Sandburg Middle School — were among ten finalists in the annual Inspire Federal Credit Union Teacher of the Year Contest. More than 40,000 votes were cast for 250 teachers in Bucks County as part of the contest, sponsored by Inspire Federal Credit Union.
     YWCA Award
    Maple Point Middle School Instructional Aide Linda Gaul was honored in May 2017 with a Bucks County YWCA 'Women Who Make a Difference' award. Each year, the YWCA Salute to Women recognizes women in Bucks County making exceptional contributions to their businesses, organizations, and their communities. In this photo she received extra recognition of her honor during the Neshaminy Day of Action from colleagues John McGinley, Jen Emrich and Tara Huber.
    Interact Club  
    Neshaminy High School English teacher and Interact Club adviser Suzi Drake was honored by the Langhorne Rotary Club in June 2017 for her ongoing support of Interact, which is co-sponsored by Feasterville and Langhorne Rotary. In this photo she poses with her Interact students who were involved in the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards held in March 2017.